Explore this wonderful building, and sit in on a trial…
We have a wonderful guest post from Judith Barnett today: Imagine. Just imagine. It’s the 1930s and you and your…
Discover a piece of industrial history in the heart of Southwark.
It’s a bit of a mission to get to this jaunt, but if you’re seriously geeky about fabulous Victorian engineering you won’t let that bother you.
London is a big place. There’s a lot to see, and the best way to get an overview of some…
Revisit the age of steam every Tuesday this summer
A week’s worth of ways to give something back to this fabulous city.
If you’ve ever been to an event or festival in the UK, you will doubtless have seen members of the…
Whether it’s wisteria season or not, you won’t be disappointed by this stunning pergola and hill garden.
London has two major canal-based festivals – one on the early May Bank Holiday, the other in September.
Grab your kilt and sporran* and join a traditional Scottish country dance! (Kilts/sporrans not required)
The very old and the fairly new vie for your attention in this week’s jaunt.
A haven of elegance and style behind the chaos of Oxford Street.
Conduct business with the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street
Next time you need the loo near Fleet Street, pop into this pub – in fact, go out of your way to see the loos.
No-one in their right mind would enter the Natural History Museum in the daytime, let alone the Science Museum, either during term time or – horrors – in the school holidays! But at night it’s a whole different story…
Take a walk along the canal to King’s Cross, then visit the London Canal Museum.
The last remaining independent cinema in the West End, the Prince Charles shows an eclectic range of films to suit all tastes.
See inside the city’s most famous churches for nothing.
You’ll need a strong stomach and good legs for this one – climb a church tower and learn how Victorian operations were conducted.